Our Mission

Oregon Recovers is a statewide network of individuals and organizations working together across sectors to transform Oregon’s capacity to provide world-class treatment and support for Oregonians suffering from addiction to drugs and alcohol. Right now Oregon ranks near the bottom in terms of adult and adolescent access to treatment and recovery services. Oregon Recovers propose to flip that metric on its head over the next 5 years by mobilizing a diverse and politically powerful constituency of recovery advocates, allied organizations, legislative champions and families of loss to secure adequate services and support to address Oregon’s addiction epidemic in a meaningful and impactful way.

Upcoming Events

Join us!

WHAT: A rally to demand state leaders implement an emergency 12-Step Campaign (link to 12-Step Plan) to end Oregon’s escalating, deadly addiction crisis. Or resign.
Registration is not mandatory to attend but it helps to prepare when we have a rough estimate of how many will show.
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June 3rd - 5th, Double Tree Hotel Portland, OR

Register now for Oregon Recovers' fourth annual Recovery Community Summit, Oregon's only conference for everyone in the recovery community - family and friends, service professionals, and people in recovery for three days or thirty years.

Past Events

Join us for our Recovery Talk with Steve Allen, Oregon Health Authoritie's Director of Beahavioral Health discussing how Oregon has responded to improve access to recovery support during Covid-19. Click the image to watch this Thursday at 4pm.

Watch our second Recovery Talks discussion with House Healthcare Committee Chair Rep. Andrea Salinas and Alchohol and Drug Policy Commission Executive Director Dr. Reginald Richardson discussing policy options to address Oregon's addiction crisis.  Click the image to watch on Facebook.

Watch our first Recovery Talks  discussion with Oregon Recover's Co-Chairs Se-ah-dom Edmo and Tony Vezina discussing the changing nature of recovery advocacy during Covid-19. Click the image to watch on Facebook.